BioShock Infinite Review

BioShock Infinite has arrived onto your console with a bang. Fans have been eagerly awaiting this third installment, first person shoot 'em up from Irrational Games and it most certainly does not disappoint. With a complete new storyline set back in the early 1900s, you will get the chance to immerse yourself a fantastic new world.

Fly Me to Columbia

BioShock Infinite is set in 1912, the same year that the unsinkable Titanic went down. Your character is Booker De Witt and you have been working as a Pinkerton government agent for many years. Now, however, you are charged with heading to Columbia to locate a young girl named Elizabeth. She has been imprisoned in Columbia for many years and De Witt's mission is to help break her free.

Columbia is no ordinary city, however. It used to float around the world as the premier World's Fair city, all the while acting as a beacon of success promoting the American dream. But recently, Columbia has floated away high into the atmosphere and is a little more difficult to locate than it was back in its glory days. De Witt knows how to get there and he also knows that once he arrives, it will not be plain sailing in getting Elizabeth out of there in a straightforward manner.

Columbia is a city that is mired in a conflict between the Vox Populi that have taken over, a man named Comstock who has prophet-like status in the city and the original founding fathers of the floating cloud city. There is a meaty game to explore here and an expansive and interactive city to be discovered. The solid storyline that develpos along with your exploration of Columbia make this game a joy to play.

Lose Yourself in Bioshock Infinite

BioShock Infinite offers you a crazy world to explore and the interactions you will have along the way range from plain funny to totally whacky. There are lots of chances for action too as combat is a regular occurance. And there are plenty of twists in the storyline to surprise even the most seasoned gamers among you.

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